19 January, 2021 South Australia's other fake news source

Mum comments “shared 5162” like her 27 Facebook friends cover all of Morphett Vale

A Morphett Vale Facebook mum has been hailed as a hero after letting people know she has shared a Facebook post in her postcode region.

The 59 year old, Minnie Yonmeams, has taken the initiative to let everyone know that she and her 27 Facebook friends have got things covered in Adelaide’s largest suburb when it comes to missing people, stray animals, xenophobic COVID conspiracies, and crime alerts.

Despite having a private Facebook profile and the majority of her friends list living overseas, Minnie and her small network of numpties have surprisingly solved the majority of calls to action.

shared 5162

‘It’s actually quite amazing’, stated SA Police Conditioner Herb Ulessences ‘Minnie Yonmeams has effectively removed any need for police detective work in the Morphett Vale area, if she shares it, it gets solved’.

‘The other day we put a call out for anyone with information on a servo robbery near the Emu Hotel. Within hours she provided us with a detailed summary of the offenders, and yes, it turns out the servo was robbing their staff of wages’.

Minnie is currently working on solving her next mystery, “if poeple are smrat enuogh to raed tihs sentnace, olny one precnent can, share if yuo are intelilegnt enuogh”.

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